Leading a local community in appreciating, understanding, and protecting birds and their natural habitats.


Seattle Audubon Meetings

Join us for Engaging Presentations from Leading Experts! 

Our meetings are open to the general public and we invite you to become a supporter and advocate of a community that values birds and nature.

Community Listening Sessions

Seattle Audubon has made significant investment in two new program areas — communications and community engagement. We heard from our community that they want to better understand what we’re up to and how we do our work, and we want to get better at making and sustaining connections with our members. We know we have work to do to engage with our constituents across our chapter’s area, which includes more than the city of Seattle. In 2018, we’re launching a series of community meetings, what we're calling "listening sessions," designed to help us spend more time with and better get to know communities across our geography. 

Georgetown/Beacon Hill Community Meeting

Date: Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Time: 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Where: Lowercase Brewing Georgetown Taproom 
RSVP: my.seattleaudubon.org/CommunityMeetingSouth 
Lowercase Brewing has kindly offered to donate $1/pint sold during our meeting to Seattle Audubon!

West Seattle Community Meeting

Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Where: C&P Coffee Company  
RSVP: my.seattleaudubon.org/CommunityMeetingWestSeattle


Mercer Island Community Meeting

Date: Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018

Thanks to those who attended. If you live on Mercer Island and missed the meeting, but want to share your thoughts or hear more about Seattle Audubon's plans for activities on Mercer Island, we would love to hear from you.  

Program Meeting: Colors of the West with Molly Hashimoto

Molly Hashimoto is a Seattle-based artist and author. Her book, Colors of the West: An Artist's Guide to Nature's Palette, was released in September 2017 by Mountaineers Books. This evening, Molly will present a short slide show about her book Colors of the West: An Artist's Guide to Nature's Palette. She'll share her methods of painting and sketching the landscapes and wildlife of the west. Then after the slide show, you're invited to try out some of the techniques with artist-quality materials, examples to look at, and lots of hands-on help from Molly. Materials will be provided, but feel free to bring your own. 

There will be a $5 registration fee and space for this event is limited. Please register for ALL participants. Please email Leigh Hiura if you are no longer able to attend, have questions about the meeting, or need assistance with the registration fee. 

Register Here!



For more information regarding these Program Meetings, contact Member Services Associate, Leigh Hiura: leighh@seattleaudubon.org 

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